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ONE BOX OF CLABKE'S 41 PILLS is warrapted to cure all discharges from the Urinary Organs, in either sex, acquired

ONE BOX OF CLABKE'S 41 PILLS is warrapted to cure all discharges from the Urinary Organs, in either sex, acquired

constitutional, Gravel, and Paini the Back. Sold in Boiee, 4a 6d each, by all Chemists and Patent Mtdicine Tendon; or sent to any address lor 60 stamps by the makers, The Lincoln and Midland Counties Drug Company, Ltnooln ; and all the Wholesale Honed. “FOB THE BLOOD IB THE LIFE
October 10, 1883 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
DONEQALL STREET.

DONEQALL STREET.

C- & J. MONTGOMERY. PHARMACEUTICAL CHEMISTS.
October 10, 1883 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
DE. CORBY’S WORM POWDERS Hate flood tha teat ol poblio opinion lor 26 pawn, and hftTo narar bam taiown to

DE. CORBY’S WORM POWDERS Hate flood tha teat ol poblio opinion lor 26 pawn, and hftTo narar bam taiown to

fail. Thoofanda annnallf bare been raaoned from death bp their invaluable aid. Innumerable taatimoniala, from every claaa of the oommanity, have established their efflsaoy inallparuitio riiHMrea CAUTION. Aa aooaaet of tbia epeoibo remedy baa given riaa to many dangarona imitatio
October 10, 1883 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
RAILWAY ARRANGEMENTS.

RAILWAY ARRANGEMENTS.

Subscribers and holders of ordinary return tickets the Boats can travel Rail either from Belfast Bangor or Bangor to Belfast oo production of their Boat Tickets at the Railway Booking Offices on payment of 9d Ist Class 6d 2nd Class, as they may elect. The same facilities are aff
July 21, 1883 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Young Lady experience wishes situation as Barmaid or Waitress in or about fast. Address box 1466, Brening Telegraph. BREAD-SERVER wanted;

Young Lady experience wishes situation as Barmaid or Waitress in or about fast. Address box 1466, Brening Telegraph. BREAD-SERVER wanted;

sober man, and pushing will receive good wages. Apply to P. Macdowell, 172 Shankhill Road. 1469 BARMAID.—- Wanted, Assistant; must be well recommended. Address given at Evenmg Telegraph. 1478 BARMAID.— Wanted, to take charge, an active Girl; must be wall recommended. Address giv
July 28, 1883 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THIS DAYS TELEGRAMS THE MUBDER OF X SOLDIER.

THIS DAYS TELEGRAMS THE MUBDER OF X SOLDIER.

THIS DAYS TELEGRAMS THE MUBDER OF SOLDIER. THE INQUEST. To-day, aft the inquest on the body Corporal Hope, Dublin, the jury returned verdict of wilful murder against Private Wilson. Wilson was then committed for trial the capital charge. Hope is a native of London, and Wilson, of
July 28, 1883 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
GENERAL NEWS.

GENERAL NEWS.

The Bishop of Peterborough has been worse since yesterday morning when he had severs rigour followed complete prostration. Bankrupts. —John Kelly, of Baphoe, in the County Donegal, and of Beragh, in the Ooonty Tyrone, draper, was, on the 20th day of July, 1883, adjudged bankrupt
July 28, 1883 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SAD BOATING ACCIDENT.

SAD BOATING ACCIDENT.

melancholy boating accident occurred last evening, about half-past font o’clock, Desertcreat, about six miles from Dungannon. It appears that Mrs. fiassard, of Deaertcreat, Mr. Frederick Bingwood, Miss Edith Bingwood, and Miss Bingwood, were oat boating the Tallylagan Biver. Mr.
July 28, 1883 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
PROGRESS OP A CYCLONE OVER THE INDIAN CONTINENT.

PROGRESS OP A CYCLONE OVER THE INDIAN CONTINENT.

The heavy floods which caused so much damage in Western India appear to have been due to cyclone which passed across the Continent. The following account of its progress is abridged from The Times of India: —Storm signals were hoisted at Calcutta on June 28 to give warning that
July 28, 1883 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SUICIDE IN A FREE CHURCH.

SUICIDE IN A FREE CHURCH.

SUICIDE IN FREE CHURCH. It was reported to the police on Thursday that church officer named James Cochrane, aged 66 years, had committed suicide in Milton Free Church West Graham Street, Glasgow, on the previous day about twelve o’clooa. Cochrane rose little before noon, and went
July 21, 1883 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland